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Point 1: The error u have shown regarding cant mount **** has nothing to do with your phone bricking. Its just compilation errors in building CWM recovery (i blv this is the one u hv used) Point 2: Unbricking by use of Odin is by far the easiest way to get ur phone back and working. This link will help you if u follow it properly link Point 3: Regarding ...


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I have installed the custom ROM using the instructions as mentioned in the link below: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2432476 Thanks


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Plug it into your computer and see if by some offshoot chance you have adb available. If so, run a adb -d reboot-bootloader to reboot into download mode. If that's unavailable, you are SOL and will have to have Samsung repair it. Honestly, if it's hard bricked, you're better off buying a new phone...


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Flash with custom ROM. Important: Backup IMEI and WiFi MAC address before flashing (nvram folder). Use a laptop with fully charged battery, same for device. You may need try different ROMs, don't worry if the first one did not work.


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If you bricked it with a simple bad bootloader/modem flash you can use the method outlined here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2660566 and see if it works for you, I've had it work on a bunch of phones that I've recommended its use on. Download the image that corresponds to your phone from here: ...


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Prolog: I faced a similar problem of a seemingly hard-bricked Samsung Galaxy Tab (not sure which model; a rather modern one). When reading xda-developers on this matter, among many discussions of this topic, I stumbled upon an article which was slightly off-topic, but still interesting for me to look through it: it dealt with modifying the hardware at home ...



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